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Poor, Elderly Are Victims of CMHA's Squabbles

1 Comment · Wednesday, June 23, 2010
It's difficult to sort out the facts from the rhetoric in the fiery dispute between board members who oversee the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA). The agency manages publicly subsidized housing in Hamilton County. Each year, it serves people living in roughly 5,200 units in publicly owned housing as well as another 10,600 families that use the federal Housing Choice Voucher Program. But just before CMHA Board Member John Rosenberg resigned from the agency June 21, he sent a three-page letter to City Manager Milton Dohoney Jr. describing his fellow board members as "dysfunctional."  

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